Wayne F. Feltz



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1. Hoffman, Jay P.; Rahmnes, Timothy F.; Wimmers, Anthony J. and Feltz, Wayne F. The application of a convolutional neural network for the detection of contrails in satellite imagery. Remote Sensing, Volume 15, Issue 11, 2023, pp.2854. Reprint # 8942.
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2. Hoffman, Jay P.; Rahmnes, Timothy F.; Wimmers, Anthony J. and Feltz, Wayne F. The application of a convolutional neural network for the detection of contrails in satellite imagery. Remote Sensing, Volume 15, Issue 11, 2023, pp.2854. Reprint # 8942.
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3. Loveless, David M.; Wagner, Timothy J.; Turner, David D.; Ackerman, Steven A. and Feltz, Wayne F. A composite perspective on bore passages during the PECAN campaign. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 147, Issue 4, 2019, pp.1395-1413. Reprint # 8370.
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4. Gultepe, Ismail and Feltz, Wayne F. Aviation meteorology: observations and models. Introduction.. Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 176, Issue 5, 2019, pp.1863-1867. Reprint # 8374.
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5. Gultepe, Ismail; Sharman, R.; Williams, Paul D.; Zhou, Binbin; Ellrod, G.; Minnis, P.; Trier, S.; Griffin, S.; Yum, Seong. S.; Gharabaghi, B.; Feltz, W.; Temimi, M.; Pu, Zhaoxia; Storer, L. N.; Kneringer, P.; Weston, M. J.; Chuang, Hui-ya; Thobois, L.; Dimri, A. P.; Dietz, S. J.; Franca, Gutemberg B.; Almeida, M. V. and Albquerque Neto, F. L. A review of high impact weather for aviation meteorology. Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 176, Issue 5, 2019, pp.1869-1921. Reprint # 8386.
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6. Loveless, David M.; Wagner, Timothy J.; Turner, David D.; Ackerman, Steven A. and Feltz, Wayne F. A composite perspective on bore passages during the PECAN campaign. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 147, Issue 4, 2019, pp.1395-1413. Reprint # 8370.
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7. Gultepe, Ismail and Feltz, Wayne F. Aviation meteorology: observations and models. Introduction.. Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 176, Issue 5, 2019, pp.1863-1867. Reprint # 8374.
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8. Gultepe, Ismail; Sharman, R.; Williams, Paul D.; Zhou, Binbin; Ellrod, G.; Minnis, P.; Trier, S.; Griffin, S.; Yum, Seong. S.; Gharabaghi, B.; Feltz, W.; Temimi, M.; Pu, Zhaoxia; Storer, L. N.; Kneringer, P.; Weston, M. J.; Chuang, Hui-ya; Thobois, L.; Dimri, A. P.; Dietz, S. J.; Franca, Gutemberg B.; Almeida, M. V. and Albquerque Neto, F. L. A review of high impact weather for aviation meteorology. Pure and Applied Geophysics, Volume 176, Issue 5, 2019, pp.1869-1921. Reprint # 8386.
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9. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Wang, Cecilia; Rogers, Ryan; Carey, Lawrence D.; Feltz, Wayne and Kanak, Jan. Examining deep convective cloud evolution using total lightning, WSR-88D, and GOES-14 super rapid scan datasets. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 30, Issue 3, 2015, 571590. Reprint # 7396.
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10. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Wang, Cecilia; Rogers, Ryan; Carey, Lawrence D.; Feltz, Wayne and Kanak, Jan. Examining deep convective cloud evolution using total lightning, WSR-88D, and GOES-14 super rapid scan datasets. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 30, Issue 3, 2015, 571590. Reprint # 7396.
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11. Sieglaff, Justin M.; Cronce, Lee M. and Feltz, Wayne F. Improving satellite-based convective cloud growth monitoring with visible optical depth retrievals. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 53, Issue 2, 2014, 506520. Reprint # 7169.
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12. Sieglaff, Justin M.; Cronce, Lee M. and Feltz, Wayne F. Improving satellite-based convective cloud growth monitoring with visible optical depth retrievals. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 53, Issue 2, 2014, 506520. Reprint # 7169.
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13. Sieglaff, Justin M.; Hartung, Daniel C.; Feltz, Wayne F.; Cronce, Lee M. and Lakshmanan, Valliappa. A satellite-based convective cloud object tracking and multipurpose data fusion tool with application to developing convection. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Volume 30, Issue 3, 2013, 510525. Reprint # 6952.
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14. Sieglaff, Justin M.; Hartung, Daniel C.; Feltz, Wayne F.; Cronce, Lee M. and Lakshmanan, Valliappa. A satellite-based convective cloud object tracking and multipurpose data fusion tool with application to developing convection. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Volume 30, Issue 3, 2013, 510525. Reprint # 6952.
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15. Hartung, Daniel C.; Sieglaff, Justin M.; Cronce, Lee M. and Feltz, Wayne F. An intercomparison of UW cloud-top cooling rates with WSR-88D radar data. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 28, Issue 2, 2013, 463480. Reprint # 6972.
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16. Hartung, Daniel C.; Sieglaff, Justin M.; Cronce, Lee M. and Feltz, Wayne F. An intercomparison of UW cloud-top cooling rates with WSR-88D radar data. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 28, Issue 2, 2013, 463480. Reprint # 6972.
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17. Dworak, Richard; Bedka, Kristopher; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Comparison between GOES-12 overshooting-top detections, WSR-88D radar reflectivity, and severe storm reports. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 27, Issue 3, 2012, 684699. Reprint # 6737.
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18. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Dworak, Richard; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Validation of satellite-based objective overshooting cloud-top detection methods using CloudSat profiling radar observations. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 51, Issue 10, 2012, pp.1811-1822. Reprint # 6852.
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19. Goodman, Steven J.; Gurka, James; DeMaria, Mark; Schmit, Timothy J.; Mostek, Anthony; Jedlovec, Gary; Siewert, Chris; Feltz, Wayne; Gerth, Jordan; Brummer, Renate; Miller, Steven; Reed, Connie and Reynolds, Richard R. The GOES-R Proving Ground: Accelerating user readiness for the next-generation geostationary environmental satellite system. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 93, Issue 7, 2012, 10291040. Reprint # 6762.
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20. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Dworak, Richard; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Validation of satellite-based objective overshooting cloud-top detection methods using CloudSat profiling radar observations. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 51, Issue 10, 2012, pp.1811-1822. Reprint # 6852.
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21. Goodman, Steven J.; Gurka, James; DeMaria, Mark; Schmit, Timothy J.; Mostek, Anthony; Jedlovec, Gary; Siewert, Chris; Feltz, Wayne; Gerth, Jordan; Brummer, Renate; Miller, Steven; Reed, Connie and Reynolds, Richard R. The GOES-R Proving Ground: Accelerating user readiness for the next-generation geostationary environmental satellite system. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 93, Issue 7, 2012, 10291040. Reprint # 6762.
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22. Dworak, Richard; Bedka, Kristopher; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Comparison between GOES-12 overshooting-top detections, WSR-88D radar reflectivity, and severe storm reports. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 27, Issue 3, 2012, 684699. Reprint # 6737.
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23. Sieglaff, Justin M.; Cronce, Lee M.; Feltz, Wayne F.; Bedka, Kristopher M.; Pavolonis, Michael J. and Heidinger, Andrew K. Nowcasting convective storm initiation using satellite-based box-averaged cloud-top cooling and cloud-type trends. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 50, Issue 1, 2011, pp.110-126. Reprint # 6404.
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24. Otkin, Jason A.; Hartung, Daniel C.; Turner, David D.; Petersen, Ralph A.; Feltz, Wayne F. and Janzon, Erik. Assimilation of surface-based boundary layer profiler observations during a cool-season event using an observing system simulation experiment, part 1: Analysis impact. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 139, Issue 8, 2011, pp.2309-2326. Reprint # 6492.
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25. Hartung, Daniel C.; Otkin, Jason A.; Turner, David D.; Petersen, Ralph A. and Feltz, Wayne F. Assimilation of surface-based boundary layer profiler observations during a cool-season event using an observing system simulation experiment, part II: Forecast assessment. Monthly Weather Review, Volume 139, Issue 8, 2011, pp.2327-2346. Reprint # 6493.
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